Friday, August 13, 2010

About Muslim Charity: One Observation on Obama's Ramadan Speech

According to this year's Ramadan speech by President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama, Ramadan is a time "when Muslims provide support to others to advance opportunity and prosperity for people everywhere."

Uh huh. As long as those "people everywhere" are Muslims.

From Robert Spencer:
In reality, it contravenes Islamic law to give zakat, the almsgiving that is one of the pillars of Islam and is required of every Muslim, to non-Muslims. That's why it is easy to find Western governmental agencies and Christian charitable organizations busy building and staffing schools and hospitals in impoverished parts of Africa and Asia, but oil-rich Muslim countries have never undertaken similar endeavors.
For references, read the rest.
Related post: What? Your Tax Money Is Going to Build Mosques?


  1. exactly!..but the dhimmis dont care! I'm bacccck! sorta

  2. Welcome, Woman! Hope you had a great time!